Talk:Benedetto Cotrugli

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Personal names are not translatable into other languages[edit]

Claim that Benedetto Cotrugli (in Italian) or Benedikt Kotruljevć (in Croatian) is an utter nonsense!!!--GiorgioOrsini 16:05, 26 November 2006 (UTC)

It is not, he is Benedikt Kotruljic (Kotruljevic), born in merchant family in Dubrovnik (Ragusa), his family moved there from Kotor. Writers from Dubrovnik (and all Dalmatia) all were humanists and latinists, and they had Latin and Italian versions of their names. Benedetto Cotrugli Ragusei is Benedikt (or Beno) Kotruljevic. This article needs unprotection. Tomsak 09:59, 20 December 2006 (UTC)

How can a person from Croatian town of Croatian ancestry not be an Croatian economist? Ceha 18:43, 13 February 2007 (UTC)

What is important to know???[edit]

History ia and will be always open to interpretation. Just let us interpret one name. Leonardo da Vinci. Famous French inventor and painter. Born in What will be Italy, died in France. Nationality: French. If he was satisfied with Italy, he would never go away.

True or false?

I am saying that it is open to interpretation. --Billy the lid 10:59, 30 October 2007 (UTC)